Modern History Research Seminar (Univ. St Andrews)

Modern History Research Seminar (Univ. St Andrews)

Department of Modern History, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
St Andrews
United Kingdom
Vom - Bis
10.10.2007 - 05.12.2007
Riccardo Bavaj, University of St Andrews, School of History

Modern History Research Seminar, Martinmas Semester 2007-08, Wednesdays at 4.30pm, Theme: Comparative Perspectives


10 October: Joachim Scholtyseck (Bonn)
Collaboration and Resistance during World War II: Comparative Aspects of Occupation in the ‘Age of Extremes’

17 October: Anja Johansen (Dundee)
How much is ‘much’? Challenging interpretations of civil-military cooperation in Imperial Germany and the French Third Republic, 1889-1914

24 October: Michal Pullmann (Prague)
Improvement, Intensification, Acceleration, Perestroika: The economic debates in the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia in the 1980s

7 November: Gillian Mitchell (St Andrews)
The North American Folk Music Revival: Nation and Identity in the United States and Canada, 1945-1980

28 November: Stefania Bernini (Florence)
Family Life and Individual Welfare in Postwar Europe: Britain and Italy Compared

5 December: Christian Jansen (Berlin)
Brigate Rosse and Rote Armee Fraktion: Protagonists, Propaganda and Practice of Terrorism in the early 1970s


Riccardo Bavaj

University of St Andrews, St Katharine's Lodge, KY16 9AL, UK